Agreements

Pre and Post-Nuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreement Solicitors and Postnuptial Agreements are becoming more common as couples are becoming protective over their assets in the unfortunate event their relationship breaks down in the future. This approach has become common as the Courts have given an increasing amount of recognition to these types of agreement.

Whilst these agreements are not binding, the Courts will consider the circumstances in which the Agreement was signed and whether one party was forced or pressured into signing the Agreement.

Cohabitation Agreements

Unmarried couples who have been committed to each other for a number of years believe that they are afforded the same legal rights as married couples. This however is not the case. When unmarried couples separate, important issues can arise regarding children, finances and/or properties.

A co-habitation agreement can protect couples and their assets in the unfortunate event the relationship breaks down.